[arin-ppml] Inter-regional ASN transfers?
owen at delong.com
Thu Dec 21 12:30:12 EST 2017
It potentially creates some RPKI and whois software questions IIRC. No DNSSEC implications that I can think of.
> On Dec 21, 2017, at 04:13 , hostmaster at uneedus.com wrote:
> Are there any technical issues related to DNSSEC or otherwise that bind ASN ranges to specific RIR's. If so, we need to talk about required measures to deal with this issue.
> Other than this, I see no other showstopper to portable ASN's, and would support.
> Albert Erdmann
> Network Administrator
> Paradise On Line Inc.
> On Wed, 20 Dec 2017, David R Huberman wrote:
>> Mike Burns wrote:
>>> I am debating a proposal to allow inter-regional ASN transfers.
>>> Short ASNs have value.
>> Indeed. Though RFC 8092 solves the overarching problem (BGP community strings not supporting integers above 65536), it will take a long time (years) for widespread adoption of 8092-compliant code. In the meanwhile, there's a real technical deficiency here.
>> Number resources should go where they're needed, when they're needed.
>> Operators who use ARIN for a Registry should not have any more or less access to numbers they need than those who use another Registry.
>> Let's be part of the solution and support inter-RIR ASN transfers.
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